Special Needs Flash Cards are a great way to teach early learners a variety of different subjects. Flash cards are a fun and captivating way to teach any young learner a new subject. Seeing words and pictures over and over again will stimulate children's memories and enable them to learn faster and more efficiently.
Our special needs flashcards work by presenting children with images, such as families, to teach them about different family structures in a visual way. Most children learn better with visual stimuli and our special needs flash cards can be especially helpful to these kinds of learners. By presenting a memorable image children will learn in a natural way by connecting words with pictures.
Some of our special needs flashcards products include:
Photographic Learning Cards What's Wrong: These photographic learning cards are an excellent way to build and exercise expressive language skills. They are also great conversation starters. Some examples include a wagon with three circular wheels and one square wheel. The student must identify the error in the picture, in this case the square wheel. This visual recognition is a wonderful way to begin teaching about different shapes and their functions.
Photographic Learning Cards Talk About a Child's Day: These photographic learning cards present pictures of every day tasks, such as brushing one's teeth or combing one's hair. These conversation starting cards are a great way to relate to a child and jump start conversations on a variety of different topics.
Photographic Learning Cards Families: These special needs flash cards show pictures of different kinds of families doing different activities. These cards will help to spark conversations with young learners about different kinds of family activities.